Sex for the Traveler
These links direct you to pages within Europe for Visitors. (See
Sex in Europe
To judge from what readers are ogling at Europe for Visitors, most Europe-bound
travelers are interested in only one thing. (Article includes a poll.)
Travel Planner: Gay/Lesbian Travel
Not all of the links in this section of my Europe Travel Planner are
sex-oriented, but some are.
This page has links to information on gay/lesbian activities and prostitution in
the Belgian capital. It's from a 15-page Brussels
Copenhagen Sex and
The Danish capital's adult scene is less overt than Amsterdam's, but the
city does have its share of hanky-panky--including a gigolo service and a museum of erotica. From
my 27-page Copenhagen
Gay/lesbian and prostitution links, from a 21-page
Scroll down to "sex" for a link to information on prostitutes in the Eternal
City. From my Rome
These two pages are from my 24-page Amsterdam
Holland: Tempting the Tourist
With Hookers and Hookahs
Brothels are legal in the Netherlands, and soft drugs are tolerated. Here
are several lively reports on both.
The pages above are presented without endorsement
of European red-light districts, brothels, whorehouses, call girls, escort services,
gigolos, gay saunas, massage parlors that offer more than massage, live sex
shows, casual sex, free love, open marriage, sodomy, masturbation, tribadism, and other so-called crimes
against nature, or anything else that might offend you or your next-door
neighbor. Still, even if you're a happily married monogamist (as I am), you may be curious to know what's
on tap for sinners in Europe.
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you live outside the EU, a
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